When inserted into the street lighting grid, these gadgets will create multi-gigabit wireless networks
Eventually the dedicated 4G network will connect four ‘factories of the future’, deploying AI, IoT and drones
Digital Nostradamus on edge foretells disasters, using LTE and 5G infrastructure, so they can be avoided.
AKADO is the dominant operator in the Moscow region and the new partnership will develop a digital platform for new services
Power-as-a-service and battery-free IoT are just two of the opportunities
Kate O’Flaherty asks if operators are more focused on possible downsides for them, rather than experience upsides for their customers?
Orange Digital Investment is investing in the Move Capital I, alongside Nokia, SKT, Bpifrance and the European Investment Fund
The factory, at Bydgoszcz, manages automated vehicles including a drone, and allows push to talk and video communications.
Automatic driver recognition in connected cars makes Volvos even safer
Start of cautious 5G roll-out is subject to the outcome of the upcoming spectrum auction early next year
The French operator’s IoT unit, Objenious, already offers IoT data services over 2G, 3G, 4G, 5G and LTE-M, plus a LoRa network.
Berg Insights finds IoT connectivity management platforms (CMP) are driving greater diversity…in connectivity management
This sets a new record – of 730,360 km – for the furthest distance a LoRa message has ever travelled.
15,000 sensors create an Internet of tools tracked by 250 antennas
It will need to be: an ABI survey indicates 5G will boost energy usage by 160% by 2030.
They say this will accelerates availability and choice of broadband and IoT services in global markets
Ericsson report says this is one of tomorrow's smart city niches for the comms service provider
Apparently vehicle location, driving stats and much more will be available at the touch of a button.
Research paves way for pan-European, cross-border automation of vehicles
ETSI DECT-2020 NR, the “world’s first non-cellular 5G technology standard”, has been recognised by the International Telecommunication Union (ITU).
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